Historical recognition of Africa to Argentina in Malvinas sovereignty
The 54 African countries joined “South America to recognize the legitimate rights of sovereignty of Argentina over the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and the surrounding maritime areas.”
The position of African countries was reflected in the “Malabo Declaration” was adopted today at the Third Summit of South America – Africa.
The statement “also includes the Argentine claim to the actions of vulture funds, and contains measures to promote programs and projects of South-South Cooperation between the two regions,” it was reported.
From the Foreign Ministry was interpreted that “the document is a diplomatic victory for our country, it is the first time that all of Africa is in addition to our continent to declare the legitimate rights of Argentina in the sovereignty dispute over the islands Falklands “.
The document also “urges the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to resume negotiations with Argentina to find as soon as possible a just, peaceful and definitive solution to the dispute, in accordance with the relevant resolutions United Nations and other regional and international organizations. “
Foreign Minister Timerman thanked this morning from Equatorial Guinea solidarity of the Heads of State and Government and Foreign Ministers participating in the plenary of the Third Summit Forum South America – Africa (ASA), and noted that “Africa is today priority in our foreign policy. “
“Illustrative of this is the Argentine government’s decision to reopen and opened several embassies. We instalándonos in Ethiopia, Mozambique shortly and we will continue with the reopening of other representations on the continent, “he said.
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